5 Funniest Movies To See In 2013

TheEndIt’s one thing to make a list of cool movies to see but it’s also another thing to make a list of movies that aren’t just cool but funny as well. We may have only gone half of the year, but 2013 is shaping itself to be a great year for movies, you might have some of these movies listed here, others you might not have heard of, but one thing is sure: When it comes to movies we’ve listed here, all of them are pretty darned funny. Here’s five of the best of comedies that have been released so far.

The Hangover 

Director- Todd Phillips

Writers – Craig Mazin, Todd Philips
Stars- Ed Helms, Bradley Copper, Zach Galifianakis

In aftermath of Alan’s father’s death, the wolfpack decides to take Alan to treat him for his mental issues. But on the way to the hospital, Doug is kidnapped and wolfpack is assaulted. Finding Mr. Chow becomes very important as he can surrender to the gangster who kidnapped Doug and in order to save him. Due to Alan’s outlandish behavior, he is sent to Arizona but he gets abducted on the way and he is assigned the task to find Doug. But eventually he lands up in jail because he’s double crossed by Chow.

The Internship
Director- Shawn Levy
Writers- Jared Stern, Vince Vaughn
Stars- Vince Vaughn, Rose Byme, Owen Wilson

Nick (Owen Wilson), and Billy (Vince Vaughn) are salesman and their career has been torpedoed by the digital world. They tried to prove themselves as worthwhile and not obsolete. Therefore they defy the odds by taking an internship at Google with a battalion of brilliant college students. Now they have to compete with the nation’s tech-savvy and elite geniuses, proving that necessity is the mother of re-invention.

Identity Thief
Director- Seth Gordon
Writer- Craig Mazin, Jerry Eeton
Stars- Melissa, McCarthy, Jason Bateman, Amanda Peet

Businessman Sandy Patterson travels from Denver to Miami for confronting a harmless, deceptively looking woman who has stolen Sandy’s identity. He knows this when he gets a call confirming his name for spa appointment in Florida. His credit cards get maxed out. A run-in with a bounty hunters gets harder than he expected and he had to find the person who stole his identity. He wants justice and for this he leaves his kids, wife and job in Colorado.

Director- Paul Weitz
Writers- Jean Hanff Korelitz, Kran Croner
Stars- Gloria Reuben, Tina Fey, Paul Rudd

Portia Nathan is a straitlaced admission officer of PrincetonUniversity. She is caught off guard after making a recruiting visit to an alternative high school and is overseen by one of her former college classmates and freewheeling John Pressman (Paul Rudd). Pressman surmised that his very unconventional student Jeremiah (Nat Wolff) might be the son of Portia who was given to him for secret adoption long time ago. Portia bends the rules to risks her life but in return gets an exhilarating and romance full of life which she never dreamed of.

This is the End
Director- Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg
Writers- Evan Goldberg, Seth Rogen
Stars- Jonah Hill, James Franco, Seth Rogen

While attending a party at James Franco House, Jay Brauchel, Seth Rogen and other celebrities are faced with the apocalypse. The party is undisturbed by the blue beams and explosions, mass chaos and vehicular crashes. There is a powerful earthquake and a large cracks open up in earth. They realized that the largest earthquake in the history of California has struck Los Angeles. When the largest demon is going to consume Baruchel and Rogen, they re-affirm their friendship and they wait for their death.

Peter Brady is a senior writer at Eko Entertainment magazine, his interest spans across several sectors that include history, Movies and healthcare, See his recent article on healthcare and vitamin deficiency